Paradox

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AuthorHouse, Jun 25, 2009 - Fiction - 356 pages
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This is Gorman's darkest and most powerfully human novel to date.  He intentionally neglects to name the city that serves as the setting for this disturbing tale of a man who is trying to rid the streets of sin.  The man sees himself as an agent of God.  But the cops view him as a vicious serial killer.  He thinks he is haunted by spirits, mostly those of his victims.  And these ghosts claim to represent either God or Satan as they encourage him to continue his murder spree.  The story also focuses on a dysfunctional family.  For some reason, the killer is always near as they try to sort out their many problems. 
 

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Contents

Mistakes 3 24 50 69 95
3
Treachery
24
Debauchery
50
Emotional Decay
69
Creepy Feeling
95
Book Two Covet
123
Lust
125
Lucifer
147
Aggressive
192
Ultimate Sin
211
Book Three Yearn
237
Taunt Me No Longer
239
Insanity
258
Vengeance
286
Cold and Heartless
321
Copyright

Nasty Habits
173

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About the author (2009)

Gorman was born in New York. A nearly-fatal disease during infancy left the right side of his body partially paralyzed. He works for The State of New York in Albany.

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